Managing and leading research projects involves a number of key operational tasks from, planning resource, leading team members, commissioning suppliers, recruiting interviewers and managing the research budget.

Understanding research operations are a key part in the delivery of research ensuring that projects and associated processes are managed efficiently, on time and to budget.

Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (Supply-side researchers)

1. Establish broad understanding of a variety of research techniques and methodologies, including strengths and weaknesses in given contexts

2. Prepare research proposals

3. Plan and manage required resource (internally and externally) on schedule

4. Set and manage research budget

5. Manage research subcontractors or third parties

6. Lead research team

Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (Client-side researchers)

1. Establish broad understanding of a variety of research techniques and methodologies, including strengths and weaknesses in given contexts

2. Prepare research briefs

3. Plan and manage required resource (internally and externally) on schedule

4. Set and manage research and insight budget

5. Manage research providers or third parties

6. Lead research and insight teams

Qualitative Research – Tools and Techniques

London

Qualitative Research is the mainstay of Market Research, which in turn has become synonymous with the term ‘Focus Groups’. There is however, so much more to Qualitative Research. It’s not unlike a Detective’s investigation which uses scientific techniques to uncover the truth.

Jun
17
2019

Monday

&more: How to make it BIG in insight

London

Learn the tips for success from three leading lights in the research sector at this free event for &more members

Jun
17
2019

Monday
18:00–21:00

Presentation Delivery Skills

London

Increase skills and confidence to deliver the best presentations.

Jun
18
2019

Tuesday

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